American woman fined for wearing Google Glass while driving
A Los Angeles woman was fined after she was caught wearing Google Glass behind the wheel.
Cecilia Abadie was stopped by an officer in the San Diego area of California who issued a ticket for “driving with a monitor visible to driver (Google Glass).”
The device allegedly violated California’s Vehicle Code Section 27602 which states a person cannot drive with a video screen visible to the driver. However, exceptions to the law include the use of a GPS or tracking equipment, in which Google Glass could be included.